The high restaurant count and great pool scene do this place proud. Plus, it's had a top-to-toe makeover for May 2015.
The Taurus Mountains and the Med make great backdrops to this place. Paths weave their way through jasmine-scented gardens to a private stretch of beach, and just outside the hotel grounds there’s a strip of shops.
This place pulls out all the stops on the restaurant front – there are seven altogether including a Mexican one on the beach. The pools aren’t far behind, with special mention going to the one with whirlpool baths.
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Full Board buffet meals in "La Noblesse" restaurant. Snacks.Tea and coffee and pastries.
Selected local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
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Adults only relax pool
If relaxation is what you're looking for, head to the outdoor relax pool. It's specifically designed to be calm and tranquil with the help of Jacuzzis®* - a great place to de-stress. Sunbeds, parasols and towels are included.
A great hotel-run kids' club offering activities and entertainment for little ones aged 4-12 years.
Lotus Far East Asian à la carte restaurant*
Tuck into speciality dishes from the Far East here.
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annexe family suite with garden view and balcony
These annexe family suites are designed with a bright and stylish feel. You’ll have room for 4 with a double bedroom plus 2 sofa beds in the lounge area. Outside there’s views of the gardens and a balcony for that extra bit of space. And you’ll have Wi-Fi*, air-conditioning from May to October and a TV. Just so you know, these rooms are non-smoking rooms.
junior suite with sea view and terrace
These junior suites have a bright and airy feel. There’s air-con from May to October plus a TV and Wi-Fi*. You’ll have a sea view and terrace for that bit of space outside. Just so you know, these rooms are non-smoking rooms.
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First class hotel, staff fantastic, rooms well maintained. Restaurants open almost 24/7 grounds nice and well maintained, Beach bar/ Restaurant service and food again well presented, Pool bar service good. Bar and waiters looked after you and made you welcome. Picture below of my 2 stars from the dinning waiters 2 young girls waiting for us in the bar were spot on, one gets married today all the best to her only 2 grey areas to moan about, 1.TV lack of English channels 2. Pool area in shaded area could be kept cleaner tables chairs not clean, Ants in this area, could do with daily cleaning and spraying for Ants.More
We arrived at the hotel on Sunday the 4th for 9 nights. On our arrival we went up to our room, and couldn't quite believe our eyes! The room was lovely and we had a huge balcony with 2 sun loungers, 2 chairs, a table & a egg shape swivel chair. The view was lovely overlooking the mountains and a small view of the sea. The only downside was the road noise, but you could forget it being there. We went out to explore the hotel and grounds, the gardens are lovely and well kept. We then went back to our room to change for dinner, too which we were very impressed. There is so much choice, and the salad selection is one of the best we've seen. The next morning we went to the Relax pool (adult only), and found it very quiet only a few couples there. The pool is nice (the only moan is that there is a dirt ring around the water line, which I felt should be cleaned off regularly also quite a lot of bugs and flys needed cleaning more) there is a lovely toilet that is close to the pool very clean. There are lots of hotel cats, which are cared for, and feed by them. (And by some of the residents too) they are friendly and a few stay around by the pool during the day. The bar down by the sea has live entertainment every evening, different singers and bands. Not too sure the DJ is appropriate for the hotel, people seemed to leave when he came on.. On our last day we went to reception to see if we could extend our room, to which we were told they were fully booked for the next few days, due to the Muslim holiday HARI RAYA HAJI. So we asked if there was somewhere we could shower and change later (as our flight was at 2.05am), to which they said the indoor pool had a shower, we went to have a look. (The toilet, shower, locker room was very warm, and we felt like it was not appropriate I went to see our rep when she was there later as she said if we had any problems to see her, but the only offer she could get was the Spa as this had been hired by a large Russian group! But again I was not comfortable with this) I would like to say a big thanks to a couple we had become friendly with offering us there room, once they went to dinner. Next time I will pay for the late check out before we go, if the need arrives.. Also on our last day we were offered a reduced price massage, which we took up, the Spa it's self is lovely but I wasn't happy with the masseur. I felt he was far to intimate with his interpretation of a massage. I feel it would have been better for a woman to have done it. It was not just me but a few other women said exactly the same thing. It seems we all felt his hands were overly close to parts of our bodies which they should not have been! And it was just not accidentally close! (Ladies/girls beware) The hotel staff are all very friendly and look after you well. (except reception who I felt weren't very customer trained) The housekeeping could have been better I feel our room wasn't cleaned to the standard of the hotel. But these are just little issues and I would return to this hotel. Also just a little tip, don't bother to get Lire the Turkish currency as they all work more with Euro's. âï¸ððð¬ð§More
Myself and husband stayed at this hotel for one week in September. On arrival we were greeted by very pleasant reception staff and checked in and shown to our room on the fith floor of the main building... Room was large, plenty of hanging space lovely big comfy bed with a great pillow menu, large bathroom and great shower.....! As we arrived very late at night we just showered and headed to bed, we had booked and paid extra for a side sea view room, opening the curtains in the morning we were slightly disappointed with the position of the room and one of the smallest balconies I have ever seen.!! Basically it's a balcony for one... A small table and one chair...!,so no sitting out together in the evening .. Main Buffett restaurant always seemed chaotic , and food I found was never piping hot even though they were displaying thermostats in serving dishes, other five star hotels we've stayed there were always chefs to serve your food, this was defiantly self service and as mentioned previously a lot of people pushing in and children wandering about, saying that there was plenty choice lovely salad sweets, fantastic fresh fruit, the best fresh orange juice in the morning. We managed with no problem to book a la carte restaurants, we ate in Mexican, Turkish , and Steak which were all very good and well presented, we had first class service from all the staff whom we found to be very polite and chatty, they all work very hard and if some people feel the need to complain I think they are very understaffed and overworked.... We loved "The Amazing bar" great cocktails polite bar staff and pianist very good, we never went to amphitheatre , but headed to sunset bar which had good entertainment every night, and we had very good table service here and never once found it dirty..... Pool areas good no problem getting a lounger, Beach shingle but had a pier which you can enter the sea from , only disappointment was that we couldn't have a walk along the beach. In general we enjoyed our stay (maybe not as much as we have done in other hotels in Belek, ). Management need to address the air con situation in the bar area and the bedrooms could be cooler , unit in bedroom quite noisy... Otherwise it's a lovely hotel in a very nice setting with very pleasant but over worked staff. P.s if your travelling from u.k with Thomas cook visit Stephanie the Rep she knows the hotel inside out, and she is a great source of information and offers good advice.More
Ok but not 5 star
This is a nice hotel. The rooms are nice, the hotel reception & bar area is impressive. The gardens are beautiful. Food was great. For me though there were just too many things that didn't tick all my boxes. We stayed on the first floor. Good thing with this is you get a fairly decent size balcony but you are also woken up or kept awake from the noise from the restaurant with chairs scraping across the floor. When we first arrived the hotel was at 60% capacity & the restaurant was bearable. By the time we left it was 90% capacity & you could barely get a seat. People scrabbling around & bumping into each other & queues for the hot food were long.. Well for those polite enough to queue anyway, there were plenty of people just pushing in. There were a few waiters there who were friendly & tried to give as best service as they could but I felt that they were always too busy to give the service that they wanted to give you. The food was good & plenty to choose from. Lots of salads, Turkish food served every day & BBQ meat along with plenty of other stuff. So many desserts too. Breakfast was really good. Lunch & dinner served pretty much the same thing. Didn't try any of the other restaurants as never managed to get booked into them. Half of them weren't even open. The piano bar was nice for first few nights but after a while this gets a bit tedious. The air conditioning in the bar is almost non existent too. Service is hit & miss. The amphitheatre was very strange. Concrete seats with cushions looking down to a small stage. Not near a bar or toilets. I found this very uncomfortable & doesn't exactly allow for a family evening of entertainment. The sunset bar was nice. But was quite dirty after people during the day had been using it. The service at the bar good but no table service. The pool I thought was ok. It was a fair size but felt it was a bit tucked out of the way away from the hotel. Again at the beginning of the week it was ok to get a sunbed but as it got busier it was harder to get beds around the pool. They try to offer entertainment around the pool & you can get as involved as you want. They are not pushy. The bar area seemed a bit dirty & service again hit or miss. No service around the pool. The sea was very warm & beach small but nice enough. More of a stoney beach though. Lots of beds. There's a lady cooking pidi or pancake things behind the sunset bar. These are well worth trying if you can be bothered to wait in line. The staff were pleasant, but I didn't find them overly friendly or helpful other than one or 2 of the waiters. We asked to keep our room on for a late departure but they really do not make it easy for you. We had to go back 2 or 3 times with the staff giving the impression that you are a bit of an inconvenience. I had a massage whilst I was there which was probably one of the best treatments I had. Definitely worth it. My kids absolutely loved the cat house & all the rabbits & little dog. In fact they wanted to bring home the dog. It was very cute. I didn't try the kids club as there was no one there when we went to visit so can't really comment. Overall we had a nice holiday but we won't be back to this hotel. More
Just returned from Renaissance Antalya Beach Resort & Spa with my wife and two teenage girls and whilst this is not a 5* it provides excellent value. Read other reports before we travelled and those who stayed there for two weeks found the food to be repetative which we could understand, however, the food on offer was of a very good quality - the main building is excellent, however, the pool and beach area needs some investment - the gardens are very pleasant and considering what we paid this hotel represents excellent value - its not a dubai 5* but you are not paying their prices. The additional restaurants were difficult to access as when we attempted to book 4 seats against our room it would not allow - when we phoned back with the girls room number the automated system provided a different time - guest relations attempted to resolve this but failed and on the numerous occasions we returned he was either on a day off or in meetings - not much point in having a guest relations if they are not accessible to the guests. Rooms were ok - we were in the family rooms in the garden - nice and large and everything you needed - some in the main building complained that the air con was not up to much Its not perfect - but it provides excellent value and if you are looking for something reasonable at a good proce its worth considering.More
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